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Windsor,  Nova  Scotia, Canada – c. 1800
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Windsor – c.1760 Belcher Map and 1820 Wm. Anson Windsor Map Excerpts
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The following excerpts from Windsor maps, the Belcher Map of 1760 (approx) and the Anson Map of 1820, show the growth of Windsor between those years.

To the Honourable Richard Bulkeley Esq.
Call (?) One of his Majesty’s Cuoncilors at Halifax…

A PLAN of the lands belonging to the Honourable Richard Bulkeley Esq.
the Honourable Lieu (?) Governor Jonathan Belcher Esq …

Honourable -?- of his Majesty’s Council at Halifax, Situated along the River of Pisiquid in the King’s County (?)…

REFERENCES
-?- mixed with wood…A
The King’s Meadow…marked B
Upland…Marked C
…Marsh…Marked D


Excerpt From –
Plans in Hants County Portfolio
Crown Lands Record Center
Plan #14 E – 18 – 38
Not Signed or Dated

NOTE: Jonathan Belcher was Lietenant Governor of Nova Scotia from 1760 – 1763

 

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